Lenovo Yoga 920 Review: An Elegant, Powerful 2-In-1 Ultrabook

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Lenovo Yoga 920 Review : Graphics - 3DMark and FarCry 2

Futuremark’s well-known 3DMark benchmark suite features tests that target different types of computing devices. We opted for the Cloud Gate and Sky Diver tests, for which we have plenty of comparison data, but also as light-duty 3D graphics and gaming benchmarks that are well-suited to thin and light laptops. Sky Diver is a bit more strenuous, but still well within the limits of our test group. 

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The Lenovo Yoga 920 put up the best scores here, in comparison too all of the other systems with integrated Intel UHD 620 graphics, outpacing even the XPS 13.

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In the more taxing Skydive test, however, the XPS 13 comes back to reclaim the top stop, at least for systems with integrated graphics.

Far Cry 2 is an old title but for many systems with integrated graphics processors it is still a useful test. Additionally we have tested many systems using this benchmark and it allows us to compare performance over time.

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The Yoga 920 once again put up some good scores relatively to the other notebooks leveraging Intel graphics. It was able to put out close to 60 frames a second in Far Cry 2 at the settings we tested. We would also like to note, during all of the graphics tests, the system’s two fans spin up to keep things cool but they never get loud enough to be obnoxious.

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